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Legal Notice of 30 Day Filing
On or about March 3rd. , 2015, Richmond Power & Light Company (“RP&L”) will submit a revised tariff to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (“Commission”) for approval under its 30-Day Filing procedures, 170 IAC 1-6-1, et seq. Under RP&L’s current tariff, a normal disconnect charge is thirty dollars ($30). However, under the proposed revision, if the customer calls the customer service office and makes a credit card payment while the service person is at the residence for disconnect, RP&L will reduce the charge to fifteen dollars ($15). If the service person makes a trip to a residence for reason of notice of disconnect, or cannot access the meter, the $15 trip charge will apply. If approved by the Commission, RP&L’s tariff will include new language as follows and emphasized - under RP&L FEES: Trip Charge Labor $15.00 per trip. Any objection to the filing should be directed to (a) the Secretary of the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, PNC Center, 101 West Washington Street, Suite 1500 East, Indianapolis, IN 46204 or (b) the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor, PNC Center, 101 West Washington Street, Suite 1500 South, Indianapolis, IN 46204